Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has met with his US counterpart John Kerry in Washington. The two top diplomats discussed South China Sea issues and the escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Both said that significant progress has been made on a resolution that could potentially stiffen sanctions on DPRK after its recent nuclear test and rocket launch. Wang also said China has right in installing military facilities in South China sea, and China will ensure the legal navigation in the area. Our correspondent Wang Guan in Washington DC attended the event, and has more on some of the key points.
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